Definition of well disposed in English:

well disposed

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adjective

Having a positive, sympathetic, or friendly attitude towards someone or something: the company is well disposed to the idea of partnership
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  • Asked if so-and-so is a good chap, we tend - if well-disposed towards him - to quote some instance of outrageous kindness.
  • If the faculty or students of the institution put together some kind of publication, it is best to send it to people who the organization is fairly certain are well-disposed towards it.
  • Because of this, Constantine was even more well-disposed towards the Christians, though he himself was not baptized a Christian until his deathbed.

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